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Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections

The Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections is home to records, photographs, oral histories, and publications documenting Loyola's one hundred forty year history in Chicago as well as the libraries' rare book collection and other collections. This collection features items focusing on Illinois history and culture.

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Cover title: The standard guide to Chicago for the year 1891 ; includes index ; pt. 1. Chicago as it was.--pt. 2. Chicago as it is.--pt. 3. The encyclopedia.--pt. 4. The World's Columbian Exposition.--pt. 5. The guide ; Copy missing folded map
Topics: World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.), Chicago (Ill.)--Guidebooks
Mainly extracts from the "Democratic press" and its successor, the "Chicago tribune" 1853-1876. Bross's four articles for 1853, appearing in the former paper in the early part of 1854, were reprinted as an anonymous pamphlet: "The rail-roads, history and commerce of Chicago," 1854. They are here reprinted wholly or in part.
Topics: Chicago (Ill.)--History, Chicago (Ill.)--Commerce
Topics: McVicker's Theatre, Theater--Illinois--Chicago--History